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Going From 35,092 To Zero. A Plan To End Roadway Fatalities. Auto Makers Are Invited To Join

With last year marking the largest increase in traffic deaths since 1966 and the first half of this year showing an alarming increase of about 10.4% in fatalities as compared to the first half of 2015, a push is on toward a difficult goal -- ending traffic fatalities. Sweden was way ahead of us and started this "Vision Zero" campaign in 1997 -- almost 20 years ago.
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